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and are not participating anymore. dennis: how is it that a person decides and not even going to look for work and yet they can still eat. obviously these must be secondary jobs. a 2-income household. >> unnecessarily. hopefully it would be, but it is not necessarily so. they are essentially young people at the beginning of their life cycle who have decided to go back to school. student loans are growing at a rapid pace simply because and people cannot find work stuff, so they go back to school and get that message degree that would get the mcjob. and older people are running those down so that there prematurely running down their retirement assets. when they're 65 they have to rely on social security. the participation rate among the elderly, people over 65, when you're older than me, that is rising. more seniors are going back to work because they don't have the assets they need in this lousy economy. hopefully this boom will help give them a break. there is still the zero interest-rate. dennis: just to explain to the people, the reason the unemployment rate goes down which is a good thing, when the
. that is right. jeff flock will be flexing his lungs shouting over those traders. cheryl and dennis will also be taking your comments on our twitter feed. ♪ friday night, buddy. you are gonna need a wingman. and my cash back keeps the party going. but my airline mes take it worldwide. [ male announcer ] it shouldn't be this hard. with creditcards.com, it's easy to search hundreds of cards and apply online. creditcards.com. ♪ >> hello. we're coming up on noon eastern here on markets now. a lot of breaking news to cover during the hour. first, there was this. over 200,000 jobs added in this country. economists saying we need this every month to keep the economy on track. can we do it? >> the big crop report. farmers, listen up. we're taking your comments on our twitter feed. cheryl: comments already coming in from all of you, and there is this. naysayers be where. those of you concerned about investing in this market will get a dose of happy madison before the next break. dennis: we graywacke -- wrapup this week's cyber threat series. will we see a major cyber attacks? when will that happen
wizard of oz. can oz shine at the box office like other remakes before it? let's bring in dennis kneale. we are looking at some other ones that have done well. dennis: cause the great and powerful premiere, hollywood hoping to be great and powerful for raise sagging box office, ticket sales down 15% this year, already the first two hundred million dollar flop in the jack and the giant slayer. hopes are high for this prequel to the 75-year-old film that could do $85 million in the u.s. even more overseas where it opened last night, 27 markets and another 19 cities today. this is technically a prequel, not a remake but let's look at the most successful remakes of all time. look at this. they all came out in 2005-2006. casino royale, war of the world that 590, king kong from the guy who did the lord of the rings trilogy, peter jackson, $550 million. we will see whether this will do well. overall, past week, disney stock up 50% and no one knows better how to turn a good blockbuster movie into billions of dollars and other revenue in the next few years, already at work on the avengers. liz:
'm dennis kneale with your fox business brief. eisnaugle, baby. intercontinental exchange reportedly agreeing to cap fees on soft commodity trading for five years as it tries to win governmental approval of the deal to acquire nyse euronext. according to "the wall street journal" i.c.e. may set up customer committees to advise on the new york stock exchange's soft commodity markets. those moves follow customer concerns about the planned merger between those two exchanges. >>> abg technologies posting its biggest one day drop since going public just over a year ago following news ceo jr smith has resigned. the dutch maker of anti-virus and security software says smith will stay in the position until a successor is named. >>> on the upside stocks modestly higher following a better than expected report on jobs, blue-chips hit intraday high and the dow is up 44 points. liking that. tracy: almost five years since the height of the financial crisis. americans have finally regained the $16 trillion of household wealth that we lost during that recession. that is according to the fed but do m
of those things. they are not just junk. dennis: i am not as good at wrapping up everything on time as melissa is great but i'm going to bail on you guys and get to the next one. >> okay, we will have time to go to a garage sale be one to cap off a week, tom sullivan has a few words and warnings. >> the stock market has ben bernanke to thank for it. even though the economy is still struggling. ben bernanke is an academic, which means he doesn't have real world experience, but his theory is you will send your money over to the stock market where you might be roughly 0% and then if you see a high stock market, he says he will feel better about the economy. from the gains from your stocks, it will drive the economy even higher. the only problem is that consumer spending power, it hasn't worked. there is a huge disconnect between the stock market and the economy. as long as the fed keeps artificially driving higher, investors will be happier. this will be just another bubble. dennis: be sure to watch the tom sullivan show this weekend. you can catch it at 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. on sat
. ♪ >>> there is nothing better than pranking the pranker. dennis and roman with roman pranks have their buddy tom in town to help shoot a prank or so he thinks. he thinks he is here to film a prank tomorrow and we're not going to. >> firemen's outfits, smoke. >> i like it already. >> you know where this is going. they set off the smoke alarm, put red lights in the hallway. they pump smoke under his door. finally, they burst through the door and wake i am had up. >> fire, sir. fire. put this on your head. a towel. stay put, okay? stay right there. >> they put a wet towel over his head. don't move, we'll be right back. that's what the fire fighters do. they find the person and tell them stay there, don't bring them out. he really thinks there is a fire and he does what they say and then wonders around and puts the shoes on and does the touch to see if the door is hot. >> good for him. he remembered from elementary school. >> then he starts to freak out a little bit. hello. >>, works up the nerve to open the door and roman and dennis are on the other side. >> it is training for him. henows gth >> or he is
of dennis ] ...allstate safe driving bonus check? what is that? [ normal voice ] so weird, right? my agent, tom, said... [ voice of dennis ] ...only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident-free... [ normal voice ] ...but i'm a woman. maybe it's a misprint. does it look like a misprint? ok. what i was trying... [ voice of dennis ] silence. ♪ ask an allstate agent about the safe driving bonus check. are you in good hands? . >>> vice presidential candidate who trails hillary clinton by 12 points. hillary clinton got 50 percent support. senator marco r oxo rubio were one-on-one and not surprisingly the republican politician did better than any republican but hillary clinton beat chris christie by eight points to chris kristi's 37. when the poll matched joe biden he did not do as well. biden beats paul ryan 35-42. he came in three points behind kristi. joining me now is msnbc's joy read. and maggie habermann. it looks good when you look at those numbers at a distant spot. even this far out. the republicans had a lot of the same problem that they had before. it is
. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...allstate safe driving bonus check? what is that? [ normal voice ] so weird, right? my agent, tom, said... [ voice of dennis ] ...only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident-free... [ normal voice ] ...but i'm a woman. maybe it's a misprint. does it look like a misprint? ok. what i was trying... [ voice of dennis ] silence. ♪ ask an allstate agent about the safe driving bonus check. are you in good hands? >>> tonight, authorities are trying to solve the mystery at a wildlife sanctuary in california. a young woman inside one of the cages with a lion, the lion attacked and killed her. abc's cecilia vega now with the latest. >> reporter: cute and cuddly, couscous was irresistible as a 3-month-old cub. >> can i hold him? >> reporter: four years and 500 pounds later, couscous, raised almost entirely in captivity, turned on 24-year-old intern dianna hanson. >> the person is still in the enclosure with the lion. ems will be holding back. >> reporter: something caused couscous to go on the attack, the lion broke the i
drivers? yeah. yeah. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...allstate safe driving bonus check? what is that? [ normal voice ] so weird, right? my agent, tom, said... [ voice of dennis ] ...only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident-free... [ normal voice ] ...but i'm a woman. maybe it's a misprint. does it look like a misprint? ok. what i was trying... [ voice of dennis ] silence. ♪ ♪ ask an allstate agent about the safe driving bonus check. are you in good hands? ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] pain not sitting too well? burning to feel better? itching for relief? preparation h offers the most maximum strength solutions for all hemorrhoid symptoms. from the brand doctors recommend most. preparation h. don't stand for hemorrhoids. both tylenol and bayer advanced aspirin are proven to be effective pain relievers. tylenol works by blocking pain signals to your brain. bayer advanced aspirin blocks pain at the site. try the power of bayer advanced aspirin. >> pelley: yesterday, arkansas changed the landscape in the national battle over abor
point. denn dennis gartman will call in later. we'll ask him about food prices, too. >>> and show me the money. how is the music industry dealing with falling album sales and traditional revenue streams. and at 11:30 cet, i think i know this guy, we'll talk to david russell to get his view on unemployment in the u.s. and how much of an impact he thinks the sequester will have. all that and more. if you want to put questions to these guests throughout the show, if you want to respond to anything you've heard so far, send in your thoughts. e-mail, who wouldwide@cnbc.com, tweet us, @cnbcwex and what not. now it's 12:30 out of the u.s. forecasts calling for an increase of 160,000 in nonfarm payrolls. it's just about what we saw in january. construction manufacturing expected to see gains. the number could be skewed because of the snowstorm that buried the east coast could have kept some workers at home. the unemployment rate expected to tick down to 7.8%. patrick buried is joining me on set now. we could maybe reverse the uptick we saw in unemployment last month. what do you expect to se
but to send their top negotiator dennis rodman for some basketball diplomacy. after all it worked at the conference with stalin. he backed down pretty quick after getting tomahawk dunked on by fdr. [laughter] we learned it failed. >> breaking this morning north korea vows to launch a nuclear strike against the united states. >> the war of words escalating. >> north korea threatening to turn washington into a sea. >> stephen: north korea is willing to go to any lengths to -- please pay attention to us. can i do a cannon ball, look! we should this coming. the signs were everywhere and i mean -- i hope i'm pronouncing that correctly. north korea's news leader which last month broadcast this official state video foreshadowing the coming hellfire. ♪ ♪ [instrumental music of "we are the word" playing -- the world" playing] ♪ ♪ >> stephen: folks, that is not only a dark depiction of an attack on the united states but it's also the world's most disturbing karaoke video. [laughter] for those of you who may not have picked up on the sult nuances it depicts a man dreaming of a north
'm here today in support of dennis kinkle's application for a seat on the reentry council. i have known dennis now for over a year. since he came into the soma one stop and became a participant in the reentry navigator program, during that year i have seen him evolve. he has achieved his ged in less than three months. he was hired as a transitional employee and then based on his exemplary work was hired as a permanent employee at good will. he completed a warehouse training program and now has been invited back to speak to current students to provide them with insight about his experience and his advice back to his employer good will and [speaker not understood], but, one, volunteering his artistic abilitieses, his time and materials to paint holiday decorations at good will, which gave him a chance to find employment. and he has volunteered to be a speaker in speaker's bureau [speaker not understood] council subcommittee is working to form. i've learned a lot from him. he is experienced reentering several communities and is always willing to share his thoughts what works and what doesn
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. so what now? for dennis rodman's best buddies? thousands of sharks hunting right off the beach. >> we had sharks in a feeding frenzy in our area. >> predators in the waters off florida. but first from fox this thursday night. usama bin laden's son-in-law is in custody in new york and is charged with plotting to kill americans. that's what u.s. officials are telling fox news tonight. they say he was also the leader, the terror leader's spokesman and helped plan the attacks on america. here is he with bin laden less than a month and a half. he isn't just al qaeda's family set spokesman. appeared in al qaeda videos praising 9/11 and promising more serious attacks in the future. prosecutors tell us he will face charges in federal court in lower manhattan blocks from the world trade center. that is not going over well with some republicans that say he should go to get mow. officials in jordan say they handed him over to the united states last week. we're just hearing about it now. on the day the senate finally confirms john brennan to be the new cia director. we have team fox coverage. mik
, despite the diversion of dennis rodman's visit, now lashing out against the u.s. and south korean's military exercises and today's new, stiff u.n. sanctions. analysts say north korea is
howe and dennis mcglophlin who contributed to the report. >> thank you very much. so chair farrell we could open it up for comment. let's have the one speaker come up. i would like to call up mara keely who will give a presentation. >> thank you very much mr. chair and members of the committee. thank you for the opportunity to speak to you. hello old friends who i share a past with too on the other side of the table today. in 1980 and continuing to 1986 i was the point person for seiu on pay equity and i started with local 400. local 400 became 790 and today now it's 1021 i didn't go anywhere and had a lot of change and it was on pay inequities and thanks for the fact base summary of it is issues and paying a lot to the attention to the period i was here doing the work so i can skip that and make a couple of quick key points. first of all the 1981 declaration of city policy by this board that no longer would the city tolerate race discrimination based on race and sex was a policy separate to any implementation approach so in my view that is a long standing one today and any prop
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something to one of the allies. >> greg: do you think dennis rodman made it worse or better. just a coincidence and he left and now it's getting worse? >> dana: cause and effect. >> bob: you didn't know rodman is graduate of the california technical. he's an engineer. he could tell him how to build a missile to get here. freddie i had no idea -- >> greg: i had no idea. north korea is greg gutfeld and america is dana perino. >> dana: and america is going to kick your -- >> greg: no. north korea is pulling america's pigtails. they are not going to do anything. >> eric: you just want her to like you? >> greg: they're irritating. >> andrea: what can we interpret from that analogy? >> greg: nothing whatsoever. >> dana: i have great hair. >> bob: it's our allies with the pacific rim of the threat. that's something we have to take in account. we have a treaty with south korea, right? 60,000 troops on the border. freddie we have to take -- >> greg: we have to take a break. it can't wait for the next segment. coming up, has the white house closed the doors for nation's devastating youth? w
shot today over my house. i'm sure there's others that you have. anyway, dennis rodman met with north korea kim jung un who is now vowing to drop bombs on us? coincidence? why this guy goes nuclear, it's all so much on rodman. ♪ @í [ male announcer ] when you wear dentures you may not know that your mouth is under attack, from food particles and bacteria. try fixodent. it helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >> he's an awesome kid. he's an awesome guy. he's awesome, the one thing about the relationship, no one man can do anything, not one man. neil: all right. all i'm going to say here is so much for hoop diplomacy. he called kim jung g un a pal. especially after promising to nuke the united states after wining and dining perhaps the most bizarre celebrity from the united states which proves to our own steven crowder that one celebrity chaping herself to a white house fence is one thing, two's a crowd, or a crowder. i don't know. steven, what do you make of this whole thing? >> well, first off, i apprec
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that dennis rodman had something to say on abc news about how president kim doesn't want to do war. he doesn't want to do war, just wants president obama to call him. who is in charge? do you think the generals are in charge and they're running the show and throwing off threat after threat? three threat this is week by the way. just this week. a day after we got the information from dennis rodman. who is running the show over there? >> well, this is his father's boy. i mean, the new leader in the north has picked up on this consultive personality that's been this place. this odd rather inexplicable mix of communism and nepotism that's been this places since the authority was created at the tail end of world war ii. so we're seeing very normal behavior out of the north that frankly we have a hard time fully understanding. >> although normal is in the eye of the be holder. look at the images. those are military men playing their arms like girls at a bieber concert. spider marks, thank you for your input on the show today. >>> so inside bill clinton's white house when an act he now says was the
conducted last month, third in seven years. fresh from hosting dennis ro rodman, discussed a threat but was largely dismissed. >> the united states and the allies are repaired to deal with any threat and any reality that occurs in the world. >> reporter: the north has even gone so far to declare the intention to scrap the truce in place since 1953 that ended the korean war. the state department rejected suggestions that the steady application of sanctions may actually be helping the regime by unifying it. >> we are now increasing the number of affected categories of society and the dprk; particularly, trying to go after those elites who may be encouraging this negative direction. >> it seems that the young new leader is being influenced by the hardliners, perhaps his uncle, by the military. so that is a little troublesome. >> reporter: aides to secretary of state kerry made clear once again today that they regard the road to reduce tensions with north korea running through beijing. as it's estimated that china provides the north with 45% of its food. 80% of its consumer goods. and 9
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last week by his bizarre embrace of dennis rodman. despite pyongyang's newest threat, today the u.s. and south korea continued scheduled training exercises in south korea. while officials say the u.s. is well-defended against missile attacks, south korea and japan are increasingly worried about their belligerent neighbor. >> this 28-year-old leader is either trying to embolden himself with the military that run the operations of north korea, or the other way around. the military is exerting force over this young 28-year-old leader, and the saber rattling is serious and we should take it seriously. >> reporter: u.s. officials don't deny that the white house sent secret envoys last year to test whether the new leader wanted a better relationship with washington. now they have their answer and it is not good. brian. >> andrea mitchell in washington for us tonight, thanks. >>> here in the northeast tonight the winter storm made its way across the country much of this week is now churning along the coast, exactly what the coast doesn't need and can't tolerate, because coastline defense
. >>> okay. >> is dennis kinkle here? >>> hi, how are you? as you well know, i have a term or multiple terms, quite a few of them actually. [speaker not understood]. i'm from sacramento. when i got placed here, i didn't know anybody, i didn't know anything. i've learned of opportunities that san francisco has and taking full advantage of them. i've came a long ways because of the resourcing that you guys have and i believe that i could help other people that are coming out of this system and bring something worth to what you guys have brought to me to them. because it is possible. that's what it's all about for me, helping somebody that's been -- i've been in prison after prison, federal, you know what i mean? so, if i could do it, anybody can. they just got to know how and they don't know how, and i do, i believe i can help other people to learn how and take the right steps to, to turn their life around. >> okay. are you finished? >>> yes. >> great. supervisor cohen? >> how do you help people now? >>> right now, i had like this great support system. i'm not involved in no organization. i wo
dennis rodman can meet with them, but the president can talk with him. >> you can't say we're not talking to them, we sent dennis rodman over there. >> that was an odd thing but sometimes things like that can break ground. kim young unsid -- un did say he wants to talk to president obama. >> bill: on another issue, senator rand paul who actually did a real filibuster, first one we have seen for three years. and raised the issue of drones and raising the questions of what policies do we have in place that guide the use of drones both overseas and here in the united states. did he do the right thing? >> i didn't think he did. i was a little critical of him. grandstanding until i read your column. >> woe. >> i swear i got it in my inbox this morning and i read your column, and i thought you are right. this is a serious issue, i have to put aside my feeling about rand paul, and i think he did the right thing in two ways. this was a real filibuster. and two, this is a good point. i support this president. i think this is a national security president -- >>
of this, a moment some called "basketball diplomacy." former chicago bulls star dennis rodman visited north korea last week. he quoted kim jong-un as saying "i don't want to do war" and asking that president obama "call him." white house officials denounced the rodman visit as nothing more than a publicity stunt. for more on the sanctions and north korea's response, i'm joined by victor cha, a former national security council official, now a senior advisor at the center for strategic and international studies. and joseph detrani, formerly senior advisor and north korea mission manager in the office of director of national intelligence. he's now president of the intelligence and national security alliance. mr. cha, what did the security council vote to do in these latest sanctions. >> well, this latest round of sanctions, ray, came at three things. first is interdicting of cargo expected to be of north korean origin that carry missile parts or things of that nature. a blacklist on the import of certain items people can use for their weapons programs as well as individuals and the third
attack. never done that before. >> young north korean dictator despite the difficult veshtion of dennis rodman visit now lashing out against the u.s. and south korea military exercise and the stiff un sanction. analyst say north korea still years away from perfecting nuclear weapon but getting closer all the time. >> threat of preemptive strike on the united states even if that's not possible now is terrifying. >> you have to take this seriously. >>reporter: north korea doesn't yet have a missile capable of hitting the continental u.s. but america has satellite in space radar at sea and on the ground designed to detect a missile launch then dozens of intercepting missiles could be fired from california or alaska to take out enemy vivls even nuclear ones before they reach america. but the system is far from foolproof. however the most immediate contract threat tonight from north korea is far more conventional. they could fire on south korea. america ally like they have con before. >> this is how wars start. threats become maneuvers. become exchanges. met with retaliation. pretty s
at a 3 1/2 year low against the dollar. we were talking to dennis gartman earlier who pointed out in gold terms -- in yen terms, actually, gold is at a nominal high. well put on twitter practically everything is at a nominal high because of the weakness we've seen. the positive move is carrying over into the u.s. session and into the futures. the ftse 100 is rallying up almost 10% this year. we're up 0.3% building on that rally. the cac 40 in paris is up 0.9%. the strongest performers, frankly, have been utley and spain up is%. italy and spanish debt continues to rally. fascinating because of what we've seen in italy where there's still no sense of a government forming, where there's still questions about a new election being called in a kump months' time, maintaining that spread that we saw over there. we're going on 2 1/2 year lows for the yield on spanish debts. despite the macro concerns there, not much of a response. i mentioned the dollar/yen, 3 1/2 lows for the yen against the u.s. dollar. 95.6 in trade this morning. elsewhere, the euro is firmer, back above the 1.231 level. staple
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those pictures of him with his new wife. a week ago, he's seen hanging out with dennis rodman. he's often pictured doing comical and weird things, like riding amusement park rides in pyongyang. and now we're supposed to take him seriously when he says he's going to attack the u.s.? >> erin, what these things have shown recently is unpredictable is the new normal when it comes to north korea. i think we had some sense of how kim jong-il, the former leader, operated, but there's a lot that we don't know about the current leader, and his actions, as you noted earlier, have really been ranging, far beyond what we've seen in the past with north korea. i think in the end, he does want all of these western accoutrements of life, whether it's basketball or amusement parks, but he also wants his nuclear weapons and his ballistic missiles. and the problem for us is that we've always thought there was a trade here. we could do a deal, where they would trade their nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles for integration and involvement in the world. and i think it's very clear that that's not w
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with an expert from shark week about what's happening off the florida coast. >>> denny hamlin says he's been disrespected by nascar for fining him because of a comment he made. he said he's not paying the fine. not going to do it, joe carter. he ain't going to do it. what's going on? >> we'll see where that gets him. might get him suspended. basically after the race in phoenix, he shared his pin kron about the new generation six cars. he believes that they don't run as well as the generation five model which was last year. so nascar felt disrespected by that public criticism, so they decided to find him $25,000. hamlin wants to know why nascar didn't simply come to him first before fining him, so in protest, he says not going to pay the fine. >> this is the most upset and angry i've been in a really, really long time. i don't believe in this. never going to believe in it. as far as i'm concerned, i'm not going to pay. >> the greatest closer in baseball is reportedly calling it a career after this season. mario rivera is the man the yankees have called upon since 1995 to get the final three o
.com, an article now by a former north korea negotiator who says, you know what? why not appoint dennis rodman the special envoy to north korea? maybe he can break to these guys to get something accomplished. >> host: paul up next from enterprise, alabama, on the independent line. good morning, paul. you're on with blake hounshell. >> caller: good morning, gentlemen. i would like to say that everybody knows north korea is in no position to be throwing its weight around in this manner and that it is, i think biggest negative motivator in the world. everybody also knows that they are a proxy of china. thank goodness for china agreeing to the sanctions. but more importantly for me, is the, as governments spar, the citizens suffer and, i would like to know, do you have any specific means that we can actually reach the sit currency -- sit -- citizenry of north korea. everybody is fed propaganda there and here and just, builds animosity that doesn't need to exist? thank you very much. >> host: that's a great question. you know, as closed as society of a society north korea is, over the last decade o
dennis rodman the special envoy to north korea and maybe he can break through to these guys and get something accomplished? host: paul is on our independent line from enterprise, alabama. caller: good morning, gentlemen. everybody knows that north korea is in no position to be throwing its weight around in this manner. it is the biggest negative motivator in the world. everybody also knows that they are a proxy of china. thank goodness that china agreed to the sanctions. more important to me, as governments spar, the citizenry suffers. i would like to know, do you have any specific means that we can actually reach citizenry of north korea. everybody has sent propaganda there and here, and build animosity that does not need to exist. thank you. guest: that the great question. as closed as a side as north korea is, over the last decade or so, it has opened up a little. the most recent thing that happened is foreigners are now allowed to have 3-d cell phone coverage. hundreds of thousands of north koreans have cell phone. they are limited and i'm sure they're being monitored very close
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